The backorders went through, but at $9.88 instead of $1.88. I notified their support that it was not right for them to change the price and to refund me the hundreds of dollars. They refused.
When I backordered them I had received a backorder confirmation at the $1.88 price, but they said backorder confirmations are not guaranteed. That they are just an estimate, so they can change the price on you whenever they want. I've been with them since they started and I have given them thousands and thousands in business, but they refused to do the right thing and send a refund. This had actually happened before with the US extension and they again refused to refund.
Yeah, I've checked in this morning and got the below message....I don’t know if its allowed on this forum but please stop marketing to me via DM to bring my names over to SAV landers. Thanks.
Yes, you have definitely been giving them a try, for both of you to try to succeed. It's unfortunate that that didn't happen.I've used sav landers + afternic listings for over a year (same price on both), and during that time I had zero sales through sav and all sales through afternic. So I switched to afternic nameservers even before the recent commission change. Sad reality.
Yes. For Sav.com on this thread, hopefully they understand that there are folks here that really would like use your services AND be successful thanks to your company. So please help that happen.I'm sure they have good intentions, just lack competence and/or empathy in some cases. It's good to see a domainer-friendly registrar emerge to compete with the big players, however a time will come when they will either mature or perish. Hopefully the former.
i really think you guys should read their glassdoor pageI'm sure they have good intentions, just lack competence and/or empathy in some cases. It's good to see a domainer-friendly registrar emerge to compete with the big players, however a time will come when they will either mature or perish. Hopefully the former.
I did read that. The Glassdoor is an interesting site for employees or former employees of workplaces like registrars to provide commentary. The challenge is, though, how valid the feedback is. There appears to be no response mechanism for the company to respond---or is there?i really think you guys should read their glassdoor page
Was this item ever implemented?@Future Sensors - We will look at updating that wording in a future push.
A quick update on what we are working on for launch in the coming weeks:
Thank you to everyone for all the great suggestions, kind DMs and passion for Sav! We will see you next week.
- A completely revamped transfer in interface with realtime updates on the transfer status
- The ability to update an auth code and restart failed transfers in
- See what domains are disabled due to contact verification failures and how to re-activate them
- Bulk export auth codes
- See domains that are pending transfer out and ACK/NACK the transfers in bulk
A General Reminder:
When an issue does come up, please submit a support ticket to [email protected] and DM us the ticket number & your email so we can look into it right away. We are unable to look into any issues posted directly in this thread as we do not have a way to access your Sav account based off your NP username.
I'm not able to unlock my domains either
You can choose to be paid instantly* when your domain sells, or set your account to request payouts on demand. We offer many popular payout methods like ACH, Wire Transfer, PayPal and Instant Debit card. Fees for each payout method vary and are paid by the seller. Not all payout methods are available in all countries. Fund are available for new sellers five days after the order is fulfilled.
Thanks for raising these concerns again. I'm eager to hear Sav's response, as I am considering the transfer of some domains to this registrar.I'm not able to unlock my domains either